you're scarcely the one here to judge my English
In that you are mistaken my friend I can judge your English.
[AN] inferiority complex
See if you would have contented yourself with correcting some grammatical errors even in my posts I wouldn't mind it at all. You would go around in your merry way wailing on a sorry state of contemporary educational standards unmolested.
However you are a person who is displaying less than agreeable traits.
You are judgmental, moody, contradictory, domineering and patronizing. It is irrefutable fact that you are behaving like a dick at times, in other words you were behaving badly. Nothing more and nothing less. Behave, show some manners and we can have a proper debate as adults should.
A quick-witted response
A witted response would be a more appropriate phrase here. However you are complaining Lyzko so he'll not pull you on that one. If you on the other hand would've scold him it would irrevocability put you in his black book and he would've point that out.
His English is not erroneous
Everything has its time and place. This forum is mainly dedicated to debate about things connected with Poland or to the exchange of information about Poland. Hence English on this forum should be clear, informative and to the point. Other than that one needs to remember that people are writing here in the way they talk. English of this forum is more oft than not a conversation in a form of a written post.
His English is overtly stylized. He reminds me of a craftsman who know his trade well but he is not an artisan he claims to be. Whose works are being testimony to the fact that coping masterpieces cannot turn a copycat into a master by any stretch of imagination.
It all would be charming and harmless if at the same time he wouldn't usurping himself position of a judge of the English language usage and standards, perhaps he misses his job as a lecturer.
I disagreed and replied in a post that followed that everyone was entitled to use English of whatever century
You and him are very much alike you both like to tell people what to do and who to do it. Perhaps you are a lecturer too. I have an advice for you a one you can take or disregard - don't bring your work home.
By the way - your English is stiff, measured and proper - not a refreshing read but clear and commutative.